Dealing with health issues can be a difficult situation. You shouldn’t have to go it alone. The Wynnum-Manly Physiotherapy team of certified, highly skilled, and experienced care providers always has our patients’ best interests and wellbeing at heart. Meet the faces that are running our Physiotherapy Clinic, and schedule an appointment today.

Our Team of Qualified Health Care Providers



Robert O'Neil


Director and Principal Physiotherapist

Rob is a physiotherapist of 20 years experience who has recently returned to the Bayside after many years of living abroad.

He grew up in the local community, attended Iona College and then attained his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 1998.

Rob is the grandson of Manly Clinic founder, the late Dr Jack Hansen and worked at the surgery for many years where he got to know the local doctors.


He has worked in Australia and extensively in the UK, and for the last 10 years he has been an integral part of the award winning Crystal Palace Physio Group, who are recognised as one of the UK's leading specialist Physiotherapy providers.


Rob is an excellent manual and exercise therapist and is qualified in both pilates and acupuncture. Rob is committed to clinical excellence and customer service and takes an evidence based holistic approach when treating patients and optimising outcomes. He is passionate about all aspects of Sports and Musculoskeletal medicine and is committed to the education and improvement of general health and wellbeing.

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Natalie Davis


Senior Physiotherapist

Natalie was a senior physiotherapist at King’s College Hospital in London specialising in Acute Medicine, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Women’s Health and District Physio Treatment. She has worked for Queensland Health and Ramsay Healthcare in the hospital, clinic and home setting, also participating in COVID testing, time permitting. She has been awarded several commendations for her work both in the UK and Queensland Health.

Away from work, Natalie is a keen Hockey Player having competed at local and county level in the U.K. She currently plays for a local hockey team in Brisbane and held the position of Lead Physio at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World cup and Men’s league hockey games. Subsequently Natalie was offered the position of Lead Physio for the International Umpires for Field Hockey at the Tokyo Olympics.

Obtaining a permanent working visa to remain indefinitely in Australia is on top of Natalie’s goals for 2022 – something that we at  Wynnum Manly Physiotherapy are actively supporting!


Natalie’s initiative and organisational skills are evident in her 2016 commissioning and planning a successful challenge to the Guiness World Records for the longest field hockey game.  This event was a key fundraising affair for the hockey club and attracted a lot of interest and support.


Here at Wynnum Manly Physio, we consider ourselves very lucky to have Natalie as part of our treating team.

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